Weekly web-design review: December 8, 2013 to December 14, 2013

Hey, we are thinking of starting a weekly like news roundup something for web-design. Because there are no weekly news round-ups for web-design. And, we know that hurts. So, we will bring you web-design news and extra stuff – every week. So, make sure to subscribe to the RSS feed to get the news weekly every time it’s published.

So, let’s get crackin’ with this weeks (December 8 – December 14, 2013) news roundup.


Yes, this week has some interesting articles from Web-Designer Arsenal. Here they are:

fixing-your-site-for-ie-nobody-got-time-for-that | Web-Designer trolls | Web-Designer Arsenal

Web-Designer Trolls – #4

It’s time for another dose of web-designer trolls. These are funny things that happen to every web-designer during the course of their life. These are funny little images to be laughed upon.

This is part #4 of the series. Hope you enjoy it. I don’t have a schedule for more trolls, but I’ll definitely make some. Until then, enjoy. Keep laughing, keep designing.

google webmaster tools main website screenshot | Web-Designer Arsenal

The killer guide to adding google webmaster tools to your website

Google is the giant when it comes to the web. So, what that means is that if you cater your site towards google, it can send you massive amounts of traffic on your site. And, more traffic is what you want and will want in the future as well. Continue reading →

That’s just about Web-Designer Arsenal.


Free downloads this week

Free download: Vector Ecology icons

We’re delighted to be able to bring you this sensational set of icons designed exclusively for WebdesignerDepot by Webalys. The unique, icons focus on environmental issues, from solar power to wind turbines, recycled clothes to cycling.
Exo font free download

Freebie: Exo 2.0, A Contemporary Geometric Sans Serif Font

Back in the days when he was a student, Portuguese graphic and type designer Natanael Gama started to play with glyphs — as a way to discover typography. Doodling around, he created Exo, a font which he released for free in a Kickstarter project. The project turned out to be quite successful. Exo became so popular that Natanael did a complete redesign.


Some great work. And, a review

Interview With Designer Jan Martin“Be Careful: Trends Come And Go” – Smashing Magazine

Excerpt: As one of the top designers on Dribbble, Jan Martin attracts many followers with his visual design skills. Unlike many designers, Jan is incredibly humble about what he has achieved. “Stop following what the visionary designers think,” he says. “There is no wrong or right way. We need to create our own things and always design with our heart.”

50 best logos ever

Here they are: the 50 best logos ever – Creative bloq

Excerpt: A panel of leading branding and identity design experts have come together to bring you the definitive list of the 50 best logos ever

New for designers, december 2013

What’s new for designers, December 2013 – Web-Designer Depot

Excerpt: The December edition of ‘What’s new for web designers and developers’ includes new web apps, graphic design tools, inspirational resources, web design tools, icons, typography resources, and some really great new fonts


Woah, there were a lot of things going around the web-design industry.

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